“Is it money baby or do you love me? Went and got the Da Don tatted on both a** cheeks…”
– quote from “2 Young”
Fast-rising Kansas City, Kansas rapper Dewey Da Don has just dropped a new song titled “2 Young” to set the mood for the season. This track, which features Brandoshis of the Infamous Drone Boys of Atlanta, is off his new studio album “Big Blood”.
Dewey has shown that his kind of socially-conscious music is what the streets, especially young people need at this time. With his deep-cutting lyrical approach and west coast vibe, the Nipsey Hussle-look alike brings a fresh new perspective to the hip-hop game.
Dewey Da Don delved into music when his father was sentenced to ten years in federal prison. Dewey was looking for a way to cope with the pain that he felt so music became his outlet.
In making music for the streets, Dewey plans to make his listeners understand that there is another side to the street which doesn’t involve violence and crime. He wants to teach the world that one can rise from nothing to a place of power and influence without a cent to their name.
In this latest project, Dewey reintroduces himself into the rap game. He displays an expert mastery of the subject matter on every song, and his impeccable flow and raw lyrics make him stand out from the crowd. His music is a combination of west coast production and Midwest flows, and he always has the right street metaphors to convey his message on every track.
This project serves to motivate hustlers to double their efforts in making money. It has been commended to be his best work yet, and according to him, he has more in stock for his fans.